Days Inn Greenville

Address: 60 Roper Mountain Road, Greenville, South Carolina, 29607, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 60 Roper Mountain Road, Greenville, is near Bi-Lo Center, Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery, Christ Episcopal Church, and Beattie House.
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Travel Blogs from Greenville

Home, safe and sound!

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Sep 23, 2015

... the cruise after the Camino, possibly avoiding the additional challenges we had from the virus we obviously contracted on board and had to deal with during most of our pilgrimage. Otherwise, our planning resulted in a unique adventure. It was fun, satisfying and challenging for us individually and enriching for our already extraordinary relationship with each other. Our planning for 2016 is well underway as we look forward to our next adventure and sharing it with our friends and ...

More South Carolina Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 06, 2015

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... of people here. I thought this place was pretty much unknown. But they were heading up, so when we reached the gorge, we had it all to ourselves. We turned right at the bottom and went to the small platform overlooking the Narrows. It’s not a huge waterfall, but extremely scenic with the water tumbling down through an extremely narrow gorge. This is another of the few waterfalls that I thought looked better in low water. After a few pictures, ...

DuPont Forest Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Aug 23, 2015

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... So I bushwhacked down to the base, but it was very cluttered and I couldn’t really get a decent view here either. It’s not that scenic of a waterfall anyway, so I gave up and headed back. Once across the covered bridge, I made a partial loop by taking Triple Falls Trail all the way back. Along the way, I saw some great mushrooms growing right along the trail. At the base of the lowest ...

Coming Home...with one last stop :-)

A travel blog entry by phillipsfam on Jul 29, 2015

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... station we got home safe and sound about 2am. Normally I am glad to be home, but this was such a wonderful time for our family that I am sad to be home. We rarely travel with just the four of us. Although we saw so many loved ones along the way, this adventure was focused on our family of four. The boys are growing up into wonderful young men in a blink of an eye. Although we are so excited to see what they will do with their talents and gifts, it is important to cherish ...

59 Parks

A travel blog entry by leesneed on Jun 16, 2015

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... hiking), caribou, and wolves. In Katmai, we saw more bears than we could count (again up close), not to mention all the salmon they were catching.
On this, our final trip to bag the last three parks, we made our third trip to Alaska and visited Glacier Bay, Kobuk Valley, and Gates of the Arctic National Parks. With the exception of our trip to American Samoa, it was, without a doubt, the trip we spent the most time in the air, just a ...